Communications Manager sought by EcoAgriculture Partners

EcoAgriculture Partners is an international non-profit organization that strives to bring about a world where rural landscapes are managed to improve rural livelihoods, conserve native ecosystems, and sustainably produce food and fiber (“ecoagriculture”). The organization does so by providing training, research, policy solutions, and support to farmers, communities, and organizations at the local, national and international levels. To learn more about EcoAgriculture Partners, please visit our website at

A centerpiece of EcoAgriculture Partners’ work from 2011-2014 is to facilitate and co-lead the Landscapes for People, Food, and Nature Initiative (LPFN)—a collaborative, international initiative to support the scaling-up of effective integrated agricultural landscape approaches worldwide. The Initiative is doing so by developing and communicating the evidence base related to such approaches, fostering cross-sectoral knowledge sharing and dialogue, and developing and implementing a global action agenda. In doing so, the Initiative will advance viable pathways for sustainable development in places where food production, ecosystem health and human well-being must be achieved simultaneously. For more information, please visit the Initiative website at
Position Summary:
To support the above efforts, EcoAgriculture Partners is hiring a Communications Manager to join our committed team in Washington, DC, as soon as possible. The Communications Manager will conduct outreach and communications activities both for the Landscapes for People, Food and Nature Initiative and for EcoAgriculture Partners’ other projects and programs. We seek to hire a motivated individual who is creative, ambitious, and articulate. The successful candidate will be an effective team worker while simultaneously being adept at working independently to manage multiple, complex tasks. This position is a full-time salaried position with benefits.
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